Scotland

Webinar: Future of Heating in Scotland

Join Phil Hurley, Managing Director of NIBE, and Martyn Raine, Technical Manager at SNIPEF, to discuss the future of renewables in Scotland.  Taking place on Monday 16 November at 11am, as part of InstallerFESTIVAL. Register now to save your spot: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/nibesnipef/register This session will look at the current uptake of renewables in Scotland, where the […]

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SNIPEF reappointed by Scottish Government to run the Approved Certifier of Construction Scheme for Drainage, Heating & Plumbing

With certification becoming increasingly important in the construction industry, the Scottish and Northern Ireland Plumbing Employers’ Federation (SNIPEF) has been advised by the Scottish Government that it has been re-appointed to run the Approved Certifier of Construction scheme for a further six years. The scheme, which was initially introduced as part of the 2003 Building […]

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Q&A with Graham Plumbers' Merchant for InstallerSCOTLAND/NI FESTIVAL

Installer is joined by Graham The Plumbers’ Merchant on 28 October at 11am, for a Q&A streamed live on our YouTube and Facebook channels. Graham The Plumbers’ Merchant was founded in 1936 in Glasgow, as builders merchant Thomas Graham & Son. Join Ian Kenny for a Q&A focusing on what Graham is doing to support its loyal customer base. Watch live at […]

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Scotland needs mixed technology approach to tackle heating, says Liquid Gas UK

Commenting on Scotland’s Programme for Government 2020/21 published today and its plans to reach net-zero, George Webb, CEO, Liquid Gas UK said: “Scotland has made huge gains in decarbonising electricity across the country with huge investments in renewables such as wind, wave and tidal. Today’s programme looks to turn up the heat on decarbonising heating, […]

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Could all of Scotland's electricity be generated by renewables in 15 years?

Absolute, a leading Glasgow based renewables company, has applauded the recent report published by WWF Scotland, which reveals the country’s electricity system could be run almost entirely on renewables in the next 15 years. Managing Director of Absolute, Mark Newall comments, “We are delighted to hear that the strategy to decarbonise the nation’s electricity system […]

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